President William Ruto on Monday, March 13 met a section of Nyanza leaders at State House led by former governors Evans Kidero (Nairobi), Okoth Obado (Migori) and Jack Ranguma (Kisumu).
Speaking at State House, President Ruto pledged to work with all leaders from across the political divide.
"We will work with all leaders from across the political divide to transform our economy and uplift millions of Kenyans, especially those at the bottom of the economic pyramid. We believe this leadership model is the right approach for a stronger and more prosperous nation," the Head of State said.
The President told the leaders that it was their opportunity to change the political fortune of the Nyanza region.
“It’s now your opportunity to change politics of Nyanza to that of development, ” he stated.
Other leaders who were present include; former MPs Rose Nyamunga (Kisumu), Fred Outa (Nyando), Nicholas Gumbo (Rarieda), Martin Ogindo (Rangwe), John Pesa (Migori), Omondi Anyanga (Nyatike), former Police Spokesman Charles Owino, among others.